Attenborough Nature Res.
Beeston Canal
Bestwood Duck Ponds
Erewash Canal
Kodak Lakes, Annesley
Newlands ponds, Clipstone
Oldmoor Pond, Strelley
River Maun, Walesby
River Trent, Adbolton
River Trent, Beeston
River Trent, Bleasby
River Trent, East Bridgford
River Trent, East Stoke
River Trent, Farndon
River Trent, Shelford
Sowbrook Lake
Welcome to the official website of the Nottingham Anglers Association. Here you will find everything you need to know about the Association and how to become a member, as well as all the latest news and match results from one of the largest angling clubs in the East Midlands.
The Nottingham Anglers Association are one of the largest Fishing Clubs in the Midlands with a membership of just over 2400 anglers. We offer members a wide variety of angling on Rivers, Canals, Gravel Pits, Lakes and Ponds. Some of our waters are ideally suited to Anglers with disibilities with good access and parking close to very flat banks and purpose built wheelchair friendly platforms... Read More
The Nottingham Anglers Association was founded in 1895 by a small group of enthusiastic anglers and has grown into one of the largest angling clubs in the Midlands.

Up until the late 1950’s the club remained relatively small with possibly one or two sections of rented fishing rights on the River Trent being available to members. The association took a major step forward when the then President, Albert Whitsed purchased a small overgrown pond and area of land near Papplewick out of his own pocket. Over the next few years Albert along with Syd West, Ron Turton and other hard working volunteers cleared the pond to become what is now Bestwood No1 Pond. A Memorial to the great man now stands at the side of the pond to remind us of the efforts Albert made for his beloved Association.The Pond was at that time Bailiffed by two local lads, Ron Turton and Pete Tasker, both later to become Honorary Life Members of the Association and Ron the Head Bailiff and a Trustee.....Read More